Missionaries of the Month | December
World Christian Outreach - New Dawn
World Christian Outreach, Inc. (WCO) was founded in 1976 by Mr. Stanton R. Herpick to support and help Christian organizations in foreign countries in the promotion and spread of the Gospel (GOOD NEWS) of Jesus Christ the Son of God, mankind's only means of salvation from sin and reconciliation to God.
It is their belief that to help local indigenous Christian workers at the grassroots level is the best way to maximize usage of dollars spent.
NEW DAWN COMMUNITY SCHOOL & ORPHANAGE
New Dawn High School for Orphans in Laikipia where 11 classes and 264 orphan students have graduated since the first class entered in 2006. 75% of the graduates have gone on to university. This is a ministry and transformation of helpless, hopeless orphans to become leaders for which we thank God for all He has done through you
Give a Gift that Keeps on Giving
You can give gifts that count!
• One complete New Dawn uniform for a student - $39.
• Two complete New Dawn uniforms - $78. (They get two when they arrive for 9th grade, and one more in 11th grade).
• Sponsor a new arriving New Dawn student - $80/month or share a student for $40/month
• 2 chickens & feed - $20
• 1 fruit tree/vines/seeds - $5. 10 trees/vines/seeds - $50. Includes tree tomatoes, grapevines, papaya tree, soya bean, sweet potatoes, sorghum, millet, corn, watermelon.
• Mattress and blanket for a New Dawn student - $20.
• Bible in Swahili - $5. We need 24 for new incoming students in January 2017- $120.
WORLD CHRISTIAN OUTREACH, INC. * 28720 Alessandro Blvd. * Moreno Valley, CA 92555
Dear Friends and Partners in the Ministry –
Today my heart is filled to overflowing with joy and thanksgiving for what our God has done! He is a mighty God and He loves us and seeks our good and blesses His people and expands His Kingdom here on earth. Praise Ye the Lord!
In a remote and rural village area outside of Molo, Kenya where many people live as farmers, our God has just provided the funds to complete the construction of a beautiful, large stone church, Mau Summit Church. In the beginning the church obtained a parcel of land and built the sides of the church up to 4’ but could go no further as funds were lacking.
One of our wonderful friends saw the need and provided an initial $3,500 to build up the walls, and provide the funds for the trusses and scaffolding. From there he added another $2,200 for the sheet metal roofing. Now, this same gentleman has provided $7,400 for the costs of the front and back door, the iron windows, plastering and painting the church, and the laying the flooring which will complete the building of the whole church. You can see the sides of the church going up in the early stages.
Now, the building of this church is above and beyond the monthly on-going expenses and project costs for our New Dawn High School for Orphans in Laikipia, Kenya. It is beyond the needs for building the 2nd New Dawn High School for Orphans in Tanzania where we have hit water and are now completing the irrigation piping, storage tanks and other water infrastructure requirements. It is also beyond the needs for building our Ministry Guest House at the new International Outreach Center in Bahati, Kenya where we have hit water, provided irrigation piping for 10 acres, and brought in the water storage tanks which all are making farming now possible and providing water for the surrounding community.
This is a great and glorious provision of funds for a WCO “tool of ministry” of building a church which follows our ministry vision of Matthew 4:23 and 9:35 where “Jesus went about all Galilee, teaching in their synagogues, preaching the Gospel of the Kingdom, and healing all manner of sickness and disease among the people.”
The building of this church represents a major “spiritual as well as physical breakthrough” for the Kingdom of God in Kenya. Once this church is completed it will increase in size by at least 3-4 times. This will be another church that we have completely built there in Kenya in the past 3 years. Each one of the churches becomes a main, mother church for the planting of other smaller churches in the rural countryside areas of that country.
God’s people are praying there! God is blessing that nation in accordance with Psalm 33:12 – “Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord, and the people whom He has chosen for His habitation and inheritance.”
I am energized! I am greatly encouraged by what our Lord has done! Now, if this is true for me; how much greater for our dear friends and Pastors in Kenya! I want you to know that they are greatly encouraged and given hope by what is taking place. When something like this happens, the people go to their knees in prayer and thank God for what He has miraculously done! They are so grateful, encouraged, given hope, and uplifted to the point that nothing can now put them down! These simple, rural, devoted people really love God and are totally serious and surrendered to Him in the midst of their poverty and oftentimes desperate circumstances of life. To receive these kind of funds to complete the building of their church is a mighty, miraculous breakthrough for them!
World Christian Outreach Distinctives
(A) World Christian Outreach works primarily in the rural, village areas of undeveloped countries because the majority of the population in an agrarian economy live in the countryside.
Therefore our approach to ministry is more like spiritual guerilla warfare rather than an explosion of one evangelistic crusade in a major foreign city.
(B) We believe that money follows ministry rather than the reverse. Therefore our approach is that as God guides, He provides.
(C) The leadership of WCO believes in working in a "tent making job", if needed, to provide for personal needs.
Therefore, approximately 90% of funds donated go directly to the ministry project.*
(D) Now, we are conducting ministry on two major tracks in East Africa as follows:
a. Evangelistic and Teaching Outreach by setting up Christian Leaders Conferences for Pastors, Evangelists, Elders and Deacons in rural areas throughout Tanzania, Kenya, and Uganda.
b. Establishing a major building project in Laikipia, Kenya operating as New Dawn Communities to bring forth New Dawn High School for Orphans, Evangelistic Resource and Training Center, School and a Rehabilitation Trade Skill Teaching Center.
Please pray for our missionary teams who are serving all over the world
Mike and Diane Peper - Salt and Light Sierra Leone
Stan and Damaris Herpick - World Christian Outreach, Inc
Rizty and Nenita Sioco - My Father's House Bible Center in Tagaytay, Philippines
Nadeem M. - Pakistan
Brian McDaniel - Cross to Light, Haiti Bible Training Center in Port au Prince
Eric and Ginger Mayer - e3 Partners, Port Alsworth, Alaska
V Family - Asia